How to watch Harrogate Town's FA Trophy final showdown with Concord Rangers for FREE

Harrogate Town’s 2019/20 FA Trophy final clash with Concord Rangers kicks-off at Wembley Stadium at 5pm on Bank Holiday Monday.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 7:37 am
Updated Friday, 30th April 2021, 7:38 am
George Thomson celebrates after firing Harrogate Town into an early lead during August's 2019/20 National League play-off final triumph over at Notts County at Wembley Stadium. Picture: Getty Images

Controversially, no supporters are allowed to attend the match, but BT Sport are broadcasting the game live and it can be viewed free of charge via a variety of platforms with no subscription required.

The action will be available to watch via, the BT Sport App, BT TV, the Sky Digital Satellite Platform and Virgin Media channel 100.

Coverage of Non-League Finals day gets underway with from 12.45pm on BT Sport 1 of Consett v Hebburn Town in the FA Vase final .

This will be followed at 3.30pm on BT Sport 1 by The Grassroots Football Show, a one-hour special building on BT’s long-standing partnerships with the four UK Home Nations football associations to celebrate grassroots football.

Presented by Robbie Savage and Jules Breach, the show visits local clubs and volunteers throughout the UK to discuss the importance of these teams within the community and how they have stayed connected without football.

From 4.30pm, fans will be able to tune in to the second live final of the day as Town face-off with the Beach Boys of National League South.

The day’s programming will conclude with Proud To Be Town, a full-length documentary which highlights the profound impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on football.

Filmed and produced during lockdown, the film follows the Sulphurites’ return to play during the National League play-offs and the club’s subsequent promotion to the Football League.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “Following a period when many lower-league football fans have been unable to watch their sides, we hope our coverage will provide them an opportunity to watch an exciting Non-League Finals Day live from Wembley Stadium."